By Sarah on January 1, 2012
For one reason or another, it’s been a pretty quiet year on the writing front around here. It happens, what can I say? Maybe 2012 will be better. Anyhow, I may not have written a whole lot, but I’ve been keeping busy in 2011 by taking lots of photographs. Here are a few of my […]
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By Sarah on September 13, 2010
Sometimes, I feel like I’m the only person on the internet who doesn’t care about Pavement.
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By Sarah on January 16, 2010
North Carolina-based band Bowerbirds is in town to play a sold-out show at Lincoln Hall tonight for the Tomorrow Never Knows festival, but they took some time out of their schedule to stop by Reckless Records in Lakeview for a free show. While I’m only somewhat familiar with their music, I decided to go check them […]